I have some comments relating to the birds. I really like the idea of a flamingo exhibit at the entrance, people really like flamingos and a nice water feature would look nice near a plaza. Is there a reason why you've chosen a skewed sex ratio for your flamingo flock? (Management strategy?) I feel like the "Flamingo & Waterfowl Exhibit" is lacking waterfowl, there's no ducks included. Pink-backed pelicans are a good choice. How are you going to flight-restrict the jacana and pygmy geese, or is the exhibit covered? As far as I know it is not recommended that either of those species be pinioned. I would hesitate to mix any species of birds with monkeys in a covered exhibit where the birds don't really have anywhere to escape [potentially] predatory primates. In a large exhibit where the primates are confined to a specific area and the birds have access to significant areas to themselves, maybe. But I wouldn't trust primates with rarer species.